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Council seeks submissions on Portlick

Westmeath County Council is seeking input from the public on how the lands in council ownership at Portlick, Glasson, Athlone should be managed, both in the short and the longer term. The council needs your help to get the best use out of this site for locals and visitors alike, developing it on a phased basis.

Castlegar people’s views sought for new area plan

People in Castlegar are being asked to contribute to a plan which seeks to reinforce the identity of the area and protect and enhance its character and amenities.

Lidl refused permission for Horizon store

Less than two months after applying to open a second store in Mullingar, Lidl has been refused permission by Westmeath County Council.

Arthur shows first public support for controversial Kilbeggan meat plant

Cllr Colm Arthur has become the first local politician to support the plans for the new €12million meat processing plant in Kilbeggan.

City Council launch attack on Quay Street

City Hall is looking to remove all canopies from outside premises on Quay Street. That’s according to local councillor Billy Cameron who added that such a move is an attack on Galway’s most popular social space.

Information meetings on new city development plan

The Galway City Council will be reviewing the current Galway City Development Plan and preparing a new development plan for the years 2011 to 2017.

30 homes in the 'Bridge offer the minimum of summer hope

As the crunch continues its restrictions and house-building nationally is to drop from 90,000 per annum in 2006 to an estimated 10,000 this year, it is heartening to see a firm called Ardleigh Developments has been given permission to build 30 new homes in a mixed development on the Rhode Road in Rochfortbridge.

Cameron calls for legal action to be taken against NUIG

Labour councillor Billy Cameron has called for legal action to be taken against NUI, Galway for alleged “illegal erection of communications equipment” in Newcastle Lower.


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